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Bare Escentuals Beyond Gorgeous Review

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on October 29, 2010

It’s finally sunny again in Chicago, so I can take some decent photos of all of the new kits and items that I have been hauling over the past few weeks.  One of the first Holiday 2010 kits I picked up was the Bare Escentuals / Bare Minerals Beyond Gorgeous gift set.  If you recall, I was quite taken with the bright pink brush handles and bright pink ribbon toppers.  Let me just tell you, this kit goes so far beyond the “playful touches” that first got my attention.

As a recap, the Bare Escentuals Beyon Gorgeous set includes an Original Mineral Veil (size: medium), a Satin Ruffle Eyecolor (nude satin) (size: small), a Frills Eyecolor (charcoal moss) (size: small), a Pink Ribbon Blush (sheer raspberry pink) (size: medium), a 100% Natural Lipgloss in Icing (sheer playful pink), a Big & Bright Eyeliner in Charbronze (antique brown), a Flawless Definition Volumizing Mascara in Black, an Eye Shaping Brush, and a Flawless Application Face Brush all housed in a keepsake box.

Let’s start with the eye colors.  You get 2 of them:  Satin Ruffle and Frills.  Satin Ruffle is described as a nude satin while Frills is described as a charcoal moss.  I think these descriptions fit perfectly.  And they go together perfectly.  A beautiful holiday smoky eye is easily achieved with these 2 shades.  Of course, they look great on their own too.  They are also versatile enough to fit with tons of other shades that you probably already have in your beauty arsenal.

Top:  100% Natural Lip Gloss in Icing and Big & Bright Eyeliner in Charbronze  Bottom: Mineral Veil, Pink Ribbon Blush, Satin Ruffle Eye Color, Frills Eye Color

In The Sunlight

The eye colors are listed as just that, eye colors.  They aren’t classified as a Glimmer or a Glimpse, but they do have  a nice shimmer to them.  They are not overly shimmery/glittery, but if you get caught in the right light you see a beautiful shimmer.  You can kind of see this in the swatch picture I posted that I took in the sun.

In BE Beyond Gorgeous, you receive a blush in Pink Ribbon, a sheer raspberry color.  The swatches of Pink Ribbon may look a little scary.  It comes off as a frosty pink.  That’s not really accurate.  In the swatch photos, I really laid the blush color on so that you can see it.  But, like most Bare Escentuals products, Pink Ribbon blush is a very buildable product.  If you put on a normal amount, it leaves your cheeks with a gorgeous glow.

The blush is similar to the eye color when it comes to the glitter/shimmer factor.  It is not overly shimmery/glittery, but in the right light there is definitely a shimmer effect.  Again, it’s somewhat visible in the swatch photo that was taken in the sunlight.

The lip gloss included in this set is a 100% Natural Lipgloss in Icing (sheer playful pink).  I have to say, I’m usually not a big fan of the 100% Natural Lipglosses mostly because if I have a choice in BE glosses, I’m reaching for a Buxom gloss.  But this Icing shade is fabulous.  It is a sheer light pink.  It doesn’t offer a lot in the way of color, but it gives your lips beautiful shine with a little bit of shimmer.  Just like the eye and face colors, the lip color doesn’t have a lot of shimmer, just the right amount.

The other make-up items in this set (Mineral Veil, Big & Bright Eyeliner, and Flawless Definition Mascara) don’t really need to be talked about in great length.  They are the quality is the same as they normally are.  I will say that the eye liner is a nice brown shade.  It’s not a ground breaking shade of brown, but it pairs with the shadows very nicely.

The brushes really don’t need to be discussed either.  I love love LOVE the pink handles.  The brushes are of the same quality as they normally are.

Beyond Gorgeous kind of reminds me of a fancier version of The Girlfriend Collection.  The colors are similar, but Beyond Gorgeous offers more shimmer.  Like the way you reach for the Girlfriend Collection for everyday, Beyond Gorgeous will be that kit you reach for on all of those special occasions and nights out.

Beyond Gorgeous is available  It has also recently popped up on It is not available at Sephora.  It is priced at $54 with a value of $145. 

I have to be honest.  I ordered this kit before Shimmer & Shine was available.  Of course, like 2 days after I ordered Beyond Gorgeous, Shimmer & Shine popped up and I immediately felt buyers remorse.  Shimmer & Shine looked like so much more product and so much more fun.  I started feeling like I just threw away $50.  After I received Beyond Gorgeous, any feeling of buyers remorse immediately subsided.  I am thrilled that I picked up Beyond Gorgeous.  It is a beautiful kit and I highly recommend it.

Have you picked up the Bare Minerals Beyond Gorgeous kit yet?  Do you plan on picking it up?


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Wet N Wild Holiday Palette Giveaway!

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on October 29, 2010

Thank you, everyone, for entering!  The contest is now closed.  I winner will be chosen by random soon.

I’m so excited!  It’s time for the first giveaway!  I wanted the first giveaway to be for something great that a lot of beauty addicts would be excited to get their hands on.  I don’t think it’s a secret that just about everyone in the beauty world has been dying to get their hands on the new Wet N Wild 2010 Holiday Coloricon Palettes.  So why not give one away?

For our first giveaway, will be giving one lucky reader their very own Night Elf Wet N Wild 2010 Holiday Coloricon Palette.  How fabulous is that?  And it’s very, very easy to enter.  Just leave a comment below letting everyone know what Holiday 2010 palette, gift set, item, etc. you are most excited to get.  It doesn’t have to be from Wet N Wild; it can be from any brand under the sun.

The contest will be open thru next Friday, November 5th (Oh my God, I can’t believe we’re going to be in November already!).  A comment will then be chosen by random and that lucky commenter will win the Night Elf Wet N Wild Palette.  Good luck and thank you for taking the time to read and follow my blog!

*Due to shipping costs, contest is only open to persons with addresses in the United States.

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Stila Friday Happy Hour – Free Shipping & Free Lip Glaze

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on October 29, 2010

It’s Friday!  That means it’s time for Stila’s Friday Happy Hour.  This week, Stila is offering Free Shipping and a Free Lip Glaze with any purchase throughout the day on  You have your choice of 3 Lip Glaze shades:  Fruit Punch, Sugar Plum, or Brown Sugar.  The coupon / promo codes for the freebies are FRUITPUNCH, SUGARPLUM, or BROWNSUGAR.  Obviously, use the code that corresponds to the shade of Lip Glaze you would like.

These shades are 3 of Stila’s most popular Lip Glaze shades.  I have multiples of all 3.  I think my favorite of the 3 would have to be Sugar Plum.  It is a very sheer shade and doesn’t offer much color, but it does a great job of enhancing the look of your lips.  If you’re having trouble deciding on a shade, rest assured that you can’t go wrong with any of the shades offered.

Stila has recently added their Holiday Gift Guide section to their site.  Truthfully, I’m disappointed in some of the gifts they have put together as they are older products that they have left over from their warehouse sale.  Even worse, the prices are much higher than they were during the sale.  I love Stila, but this move kind of feels like a rip off.

That being said, there are still a bunch of items in the Holiday Gift Guide section that I would consider picking up both for me as well as for gifts.  The Go For The Shimmer gift set caught my eye.  This set features a full-sized Mango Crush Lip & Cheek Stain, a full-sized Pearl Shimmer Gloss – South Sea Coral, and a full-sized Lip Liner – Contour no. 19 all housed in a Gold Clutch.  It’s priced at only $15!  That price is amazing for full-sized products.  It has a value of $63.  Add this to the great Secret Santa gifts list.

Stila’s Friday Happy Hour offers are good thru today, October 29th or until items run out.  Happy Shopping!

Will you be picking up anything to take advantage of Stila’s Friday Happy Hour offer?  If so, what did you snag?

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Free Lip Item With Any Purchase At Bath & Body Works

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on October 29, 2010

Bath & Body Works just released a brand spanking new printable coupon and it’s a goodie. Now thru October 31st, 2010, get a FREE lip item with any purchase in-store at Bath & Body Works. And, unlike the last free lip item coupon, this coupon is good at  Use coupon / promo code FREELIP at checkout.  There isn’t much time to use this coupon as it’s only good thru Sunday.

Bath & Body Works has released their Holiday 2010 lip glosses.  To go with their body line, BBW has new Liplicious lip glosses in Vanilla Bean Noel, Twisted Peppermint, Winter Candy Apple, and Snowkissed Berry.

C.O. Bigelow also has some new holiday flavored Mentha Lip Shines. These holiday flavors include Spiced Latte, Holiday Shortbread, Warm Apple Cider, and Butterscotch Pudding. I am a huge fan of the original C.O. Bigelow Mentha Lip Shines, but the only scent I am interested from the new holiday line is the Holiday Shortbread. I am not a fan of lattes or butterscotch and while I love candles that smell like apple cider, I am not a fan of the taste of it.

The Liplicious holiday flavors are priced at $7 each while the C.O. Bigelow holiday flavored Mentha Lip Shines are priced at $7.50 each. Currently, BBW is having their Buy 2, Get 1 Free Lip Favorites.

I used the last free lip item coupon to pick up the C.O. Bigelow Mentha Lip Shine in Holiday Shortbread and the Liplicious lip gloss in Twisted Peppermint.  I love them both and am torn over whether I should use this new coupon to pick up another one of these great flavors or if I should try another one.

Will you be picking up any of the Holiday 2010 lip products from Bath & Body Works? Which flavor is your favorite?

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Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Cream Shadow Review

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on October 28, 2010

About a month and a half ago, I posted that I had pre-ordered the Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Cream Shadow from QVC.  After weeks and weeks of waiting, it has finally been delivered and it’s time for a review! 

If you recall, I picked the Rose Gold shade when I ordered.  Apparently, they have changed the name to Slate.  Personally, I think they name Rose Gold is more appropriate for this shade as opposed to Slate.  When I hear Slate I think of more gray and silver tones.  While I can see a little of the gray and silver tones in the Slate shade, I do see a lot more rose and gold tones.

For $22.80 I received .1 oz. of Slate Amazonian Clay Waterproof Cream Shadow as well as a Tarte Cream Shadow Brush.  If you ask me, the brush is useless.  My first attempts at sweeping the brush across the cream shadow were fruitless.  Absolutely no shadow attached to the brush bristles.  Given the fact that the brush is very soft and the shadow is somewhat hard, it is not very easy to push the brush into the shadow.  I used my finger to push the bristles into the shadow pot and eventually just used my finger to apply the shadow as well.  After I “broke in” the shadow, the brush worked a little better, but not that great.

The Amazonian Clay Waterproof Cream Shadow itself is really quite beautiful, if understated.  Surprisingly, I went with a more neutral shade when selecting my shade as opposed to going with the bolder purple and green shades.  I did this because I have been neglecting the more neutral shades as of a late and seem to be amassing a surplus of bolder purples and greens.  That being said, when I watched the initial presentation for the Amazonian Clay Waterproof Cream Shadow, the Rose Gold (now Slate) shade did look like it was going to be a more bold shade than what I am experiencing.  The swatch on my arm looks a lot bolder than when I wear it on my eyes.  Perhaps if I layer it over another shadow or base I will get more of a pop.  If you are a Bare Escentuals girl, this Slate shade reminds me of a combination of Nude Beach and Drama.  I think that pairing Slate with either of these shadows will leave amazing results.

There is some shimmer to the Slate shade of Amazonian Clay Waterproof Cream Shadow.  It’s not glittery.  It’s almost like a sheer metallic shimmer.  It is not over the top and would be suitable for day wear in the office. 

As far as the durability of Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Cream Shadow goes, it is long-lasting.  I put it on in at 8 in the morning and when I looked in the mirror after dinner at about 7 in the evening, the shadow was still there.  It had faded slightly, but not drastically.  I did not have any issues with creasing, but I am fortunate that creasing usually isn’t an issue for me.  Since this is a cream shadow, if you have had issues with creasing in the past, you may have that issue here.

I do have an issue with the size of this product.  You only receive .1 oz. of product.  A quick glance at some of the more popular cream shadows out there shows that they all give you more product.  The other cream shadows are also cheaper.  That being said, they don’t come with a brush, but as I already said, the brush in this set is rather useless.  I personally would rather spend less money and get more shadow without a brush then spend more money and get less shadow with a brush.

Overall, I liked the new Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Cream Shadow.  Liked, not loved.  The shadow was great, but the brush was a waste.  I would love to see a lower price on the shadow sans the brush.  I would be more interested in picking up another shade that way.  The other bad thing is that there are only 4 shades of this shadow available and if you ask me, there isn’t a lot of variety.  If you already have a favorite line of cream shadows, I wouldn’t run out to pick these up.  If you’re interested in trying out cream shadows for the first time or you’re interested in checking out new cream shadows then I would give these a look.  Just know that if you’re looking for bright and bold shades, you are not going to find them here.

Have you tried the new Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Cream Shadows yet?  Love them?  Like them?  Hate them?

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$15 Stila Artist’s Inspiration Palette

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on October 27, 2010

A few days ago, I spied this $15 Stila Artist’s Inspiration Palette on while looking to see if there was anything else I “needed” during the Friends & Family Sale.  It was like it was a secret deal because it wasn’t listed with the other palettes and what not on the Stila page on  Instead, it only popped up when I searched for “Stila” and then sorted by price.  I was waiting until today to put my order in, thinking that there may be a new weekly deal that would intrest me.  Suprise!  The Stila Artist’s Inspiration Palette is the new weekly deal!

The Stila Artist’s Inspiration Palette is a palette that features six eye shadows inspired by pop art designs.  The shades featured include Fluorescent Green, Ebony, Electric Pink, Golightly, Dapple, and Kitten.  There are a few bright, bold, and fun shades coupled with a few neutral shades.  And of course, Kitten is there.  Seriously, how many Stila palettes include Kitten???

I’m really excited to get my hands on this new palette as I’m curious as to how these shades are going to get along together.  They all look amazing, but at the moment I’m having trouble wrapping my head around how to combine them.

Don’t forget, the Sephora Friends & Family Sale is still going on.  So use coupon / promo code FF2010 and save 20% making this palette only $12.

I am loving these affordable palettes that Stila keeps gracing us with.  Bravo to Stila for recognizing that, especially in this economy, beauty addicts still want to be able to pick up some goodies without having to shell out a ton of cash.

What do you think of the Stila Artist’s Inspiration Palette?  Will you be picking it up?

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Wet N Wild Cosmetics Half Off At Walgreens The Week Of October 31st!

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on October 27, 2010

We clearly have a ton of Wet N Wild Holiday Palette lovers out there!  My Budget Beauty Monday – Wet N Wild Holiday 2010 Coloricon Palette review post has been getting an unbelivable about of visitors. I just thought I would give everyone the heads up that starting Monday, October 31st, Walgreens will be having a 50% sale on Wet N Wild cosmetics.  Woo-hoo!  So if you don’t have a Jewel-Osco near you to take advantage of their current BOGO sale (which is technically half off) Wet N Wild sale or you do have a Jewel-Osco near you but they don’t have the Wet N Wild Holiday Palettes out yet, no worries.  You can check out Walgreens next week.

I know that everyone is complaining that Walgreens doesn’t have the WNW Holiday Palettes out yet, but I think they will have them out in time for the 50% off sale next week.  It seems that most of the Walgreens I have been to still have pretty large Halloween make-up / beauty displays up.  Once Halloween is over, I think they will hurry up and get their Christmas / holiday make-up / beauty displays out.

If you want to help other beauty addicts out, feel free to leave a comment if you find the new Wet N Wild Holiday 2010 Coloricon Palettes at a Wags near you!

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MAC A Tartan Tale Holiday Collection Available Now

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on October 26, 2010

Hey guys.  It’s late, but I just wanted to let you all know that the MAC A Tartan Tale Holiday Collection is available NOW on It’s not supposed to be available at MAC counters until October 28th.  While I love the patterned eye shadows in this collection, nothing else really excites me too much.  A lot of the colors are re-releases that I’m not too interested in.  My wallet is really happy to hear that!

How about you?  Is there anything from the A Tartan Tale collection that you’re dying to get your hands on?

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Holiday 2010 Eye Palette – NARS vs. Dior

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on October 26, 2010

All week I’ve been planning a post declaring my love for the new Dior Holiday Collection Makeup Palette For The Eyes.  And then last night I came across the new NARS 2010 Holiday Collection and was surprised to see that their new Holiday 2010 Trio Eye Shadow in Okinawa was strikingly similar to the Dior palette.  So I thought we should do a side by side comparison of the two.

As part of their Holiday 2010 Collection, Dior has released Holiday Collection Makeup Palette For The Eyes.  Similar in format to past seasons’ palettes for the eyes, this season’s Palette For The Eyes features 4 iridescent eyeshadows packaged in a simple black compact with stylish quilted stitching.  Colors include shades of midnight blue, gunmetal silver, and white.  Each shadow pan is 0.06 oz (for a total of 0.24 oz).  It’s priced at $44.

For the NARS Holiday 2010 Collection, they have released a Trio Eye Shadow in Okinawa.  Okinawa features bold, pigmented shadows in silver, deep cobalt blue, and black onyx.  It is housed in NARS’ signature black eye shadow compact with a mini mirror.  The total weight on NARS Trio Eye Shadow is 0.17 oz.  It’s priced at $45.

As you can see, both of the palettes from Dior and NARS offer similar shades.  Both can create a beautiful smoky eye.  Both palettes are from prestigious brands and made of quality ingredients.  But there are some differences.

If you’re looking for something with some sparkle or shimmer (and who isn’t during the holiday season), Dior is the way to go.  The iridescent shadows give a sophisticaed shimmer and glow to your look.  NARS, on the other hand, has more of a matte finish.  Definitely not as shimmery, the finish is more flat.  Mind you, it’s not a total matte finish, it’s just not as shimmery as Dior.

Unlike the NARS palette, the Dior palette includes a highlighter.  While the silver shade in the NARS Okinawa palette can certainly be used as a highlighter, I like that the Dior palette offers a highlighter in addition to a silver shade.  I also like the fact that the highlighter in the Dior palette is a white shade.  Silver is beautiful, but a white highlighter has a more substantial impact.

Finally, let’s look at the price.  The NARS Trio Eye Shadow in Okinawa is priced at $45 for 0.17 oz. of product while the Dior Holiday Collection Makeup Palette For The Eyes is priced at $44 for 0.24 oz. of product.  Not only is the Dior palette cheaper, you also get more product.

Ultimately, you can’t go wrong with either the NARS or the Dior palettes.  Both palettes contain similarshades, high quality products, and come from prestigious brands.  I’m sure NARS loyalists will stick with the NARS palette and Dior loyalists will stick with the Dior palette.

Personally, I would have to go with the Dior palette.  I absolutely love Dior’s eye shadows (minus their price).  They offer the perfect amount of shimmer so that they look sophisticated and not cheap.  And the price is right on this palette.  Normally, individual pans of Dior eye shadow (0.07 oz.) are priced at $28 a piece.  So the $44 price tag on this palette really is a deal.

What do you think?  Would you pick the NARS palette or the Dior palette?  Or do you dislike both of them?

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Budget Beauty Monday – Wet N Wild Holiday 2010 Coloricon Palettes

Posted by anotherbeautyblogger on October 25, 2010

***Make sure you enter our Wet n Wild Holiday Pixie Palette Giveaway!***

It’s Monday…time for Budget Beauty Monday!!! Let’s face it. After the weekend we usually end up feeling like we ate too much, drank too much, spent too much, and didn’t do enough around the house. So I figure Monday on should feature budget beauty products that won’t break the bank so you won’t feel bad about wanting to run out and get them.

Let me just tell you, I am so excited about this post.  It is finally time to really discuss the Wet N Wild Holiday 2010 Coloricon Palettes.  I posted a teaser post this weekend to let you know that I had gotten all four of these elusive palettes and to also let you know that they are BOGO (buy one, get one free) at Jewel-Osco this week.  Now it’s time to get to the fun part, swatches, pictures, and thoughts!  Here is my review for the Wet N Wild 2010 Holiday Palettes!

I first proclaimed my love for the Wet N Wild Coloricon Palettes in a Budget Beauty Monday post in August.  Unlike the original Coloricon palettes, the Holiday palettes do not have corresponding shimmer and matte shades.  For the most part, the shades are shimmer.  Come on, it’s the holidays!  It’s all about the shimmer!  But just like the original Coloricon palettes, the formulas for these shadows are amazing:  creamy, smooth, and long-lasting, not to mention full of pigment.  The Holiday palettes also come with a bonus eyeliner pencil in a color to match the palette.  All of this for the unbelievable price of $4.99!

Let’s get to the colors shall we.  There are four Wet N Wild Holiday Coloricon Palettes for you to choose from.  Golden Godess offers six beautiful neutral shades on beige, brown, copper, etc. with a matching chocolate brown eye liner pencil.  I’ve been over neutrals for a while (at least over buying more them to add to my ever growing collection), but I am back on board with this palette.  It is amazing to see just how different the shades are.  Looking at all six of the shade swatches on my arm, it is such a broad spectrum of neutral shades.  I am loving the coppery shades.

Night Elf is definitely the most unique palette of the group.  It is the smokey eye palette of the group (black, silver, white), but with one big suprise.  It has a festive red shade.  It is not a scarey red by any means.  If red can be subtle, this would be the subtle red.  It doesn’t have much shimmer in it compared to the other shades and blends with the other colors beautifully.  It is clear that whoever put this palette together really took the time to think about how the colors correspond with each other and how they will come together to create a fabulous look as opposed to just throwing a red in there just to do it.  You know what I mean?  Night Elf also comes with a black eye liner pencil.

Sugar Plum Fairy is my dream come true.  It’s a packed to the brim with purples, violets, and plums!  Purple smokey eye, here I come!  Looking at the palette, it looks like the top two shades are a cream and beige shade, but once you apply the shades they are really shades of violet.  I love the super dark plum shade.  It is perfect for running over your lash line and for blending into your crease to make that smokey eye.  Sugar Plum Fairy also comes with a bold purple eye liner pencil.

Snow Sprite features beautiful shades of blue and green.  The name really suits this palette because I can picture happy little elves sporting these shades (yes, I realize that I sound crazy).  The lighter shades in this palette have a very nice metallic sheen to them.  It almost looks like a foiling technique has been used to apply them, but that’s they way the look straight out of the palette.  Just like the other palettes, the darker shades will lend themselves perfectly in creating a smokey eye.  Snow Sprite also comes with a silvery-blue eye liner pencil.

Okay, who isn’t excited after seeing all of those swatch pictures?!?!  I keep looking down at my swatch covered arm and finding that I am loving these palettes more and more if that’s even possible.  The pictures really don’t do these palettes and the shades justice.  They are even more beautiful in person.

This is my first time using Wet N Wild eye liner pencils and I have to admit I like what I see.  They have a creamy texture and glided on.  I usually use liner pots that need to be applied with a brush or fatter crayon shadow liners, so I did need to run these pencils over my eyes a few more times to get the more defined line that I prefer.  But that’s really not that big of a deal.

What else can I say, I LOVE LOVE LOVE these Wet N Wild Holiday palettes!  If you are a beauty snob who still won’t give Wet N Wild a chance, please, I’m begging you, pick up at least one of these palettes.  Give it a try.  What have you got to lose?

With the BOGO sale going on at Jewel, I’ve already picked up a bunch of these for friends and family this Christmas.  I’m determined to dispell the myth that Wet N Wild is the tacky make-up brand from your youth!

The Wet N Wild Holiday 2010 Coloricon Palettes have an MSRP of $4.99 each.  If you haven’t found them in your local grocery stores or drugstores, don’t worry, they are coming!  When you do see them, don’t wait in picking them up.  These palettes are limited edition and it’s a safe bet that they are going to sell out quickly.

I said that I had picked up a few of these palettes.  So I’m thinking that maybe I should share the love and have a giveaway.  What do you guys think?  Check back later in the week!

Have you been lucky enough to find the Wet N Wild Holiday 2010 Coloricon Palettes yet?  Which one is your favorite?  If you haven’t gotten them yet, which one are you dying to get your hands on?

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